The Orphan Master's Son: Adam Johnson

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Largely invisible, a legion of cleaners move through the world in an indispensable daily act of service – β€œthe endless picking up, mopping, smoothing and shining...” (Glenn Colquhoun). In the prose and poetry collection Somewhere a Cleaner, 93 New Zealanders who have worked as, or are still, cleaners share their writing. Hear their words as contributors Sevgi Ikinci, Rangi Moanaroa, Mele Peaua, Christian Prescott, read, and talk with co-contributor Janice Marriott about the cleaning life, writing poems and being heard.

Sat, 15 May 2021

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